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Deadwood Greeting Card featuring the digital art Deadwood South Dakota C. 1876 by Daniel Hagerman

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Deadwood South Dakota C. 1876 Greeting Card




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Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

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Many thanks! to the Texas buyer . . .

Congrats on your sale!

Daniel Hagerman replied:

Thank you! Sheela.

Thanks! so much to the UTAH buyer . . .

Thanks to the buyer in CT!!

Very cool!

Daniel Hagerman replied:

Thanks, Bradley! I'm glad you liked it.

Congrats on your sale!

Daniel Hagerman replied:

Thank you, Debbie! So glad you visited!

Amazing and Congratulation on sale..

Daniel Hagerman replied:

Thank you, Nandika!! I had time to visit your gallery. You are very talented!!!!


Daniel Hagerman replied:

Thank you, Lazaro!!

Congrats on your sale!

Daniel Hagerman replied:

Thank you, AC! I'm glad you visited.

Congrats on your sale!!!!!

Daniel Hagerman replied:

Thank you, Bill. Always appreciate the visits!

Congrats on your sale Daniel! Looks like a busy place. I enjoyed looking at all that's going on in this place.

Daniel Hagerman replied:

Thank you, Cheryl! I'm glad you enjoyed viewing it and thanks for the visit.

Awesome Photo.....Congrats on the Sale

Daniel Hagerman replied:

Thank you, Beverly. I'm glad you visited today!

Congratulations on your sale, Daniel! Great photo and description.

Daniel Hagerman replied:

Thank you, Sheila! I appreciate the comment and thanks for visiting.

What a great photo.

Daniel Hagerman replied:

Glad you liked it, David. Thanks for visiting.

Congrats on your sale!!! -Kim

Daniel Hagerman replied:

Thanks, Kim. Glad you visited.

I'm sorry, my mistake. The dark image behind the figure's head at far left looked like a broad ladies hat of the era, but a shadow instead, and a man in white long-sleeves. Thanks, Patrick.

Yes it does seem to appear to be a drain system. I guess the timbers are for street supports. I could not see any ladies in the photo after I increase the size of image.

Very interesting, what a mess. This is the year, and S.D. is proximity, of Custer's Last Stand (June 25). A lady at far left. Maybe the subway is going to be a sewer. A hard-scrapple life.

Great old time photo. Is that a train subway system being started?

Daniel Hagerman replied:

Thanks, Patrick. I was wondering what that was myself ....

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Artist's Description

Based upon a photo of Deadwood, South Dakota taken in 1876, a year or so after the founding of the town. Deadwood was never legitimate. It was built on Indian Treaty land and was a rowdy, lawless, and ruckus den of saloons, gambling, prostitution, opium dens, murder, and gold mining. The 1870's were its boom days and the finale was played out in an autumn 1879 fire that consumed most of the town. Notable citizens were Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane. Hickok was gunned down at a poker table in Deadwood. At the right in the piece is SHINGLE Saloon, reputed to be one of Wild Bill Hickok's hangouts. This DIGITAL ART image stylistically is like 'pointillist impressionism' in super crisp high resolution. Some people enjoy this impressionistic style; if you don't, then this Digital Art is not for you. It is based upon an archival photograph, but IT IS NOT A PHOTOGRAPH.

About Daniel Hagerman

Daniel Hagerman

MODIFICATIONS and CUSTOM Orders WELCOME! As a computer expert, I am proficient in most of the digital imaging software out there. As you browse offerings . . . keep in mind that there is a difference. I specialize in restoration of historical photos and maps. I also love photography, producing digital art and some conventional art. I do very little social networking or marketing. I prefer to devote much of my free time to creating, researching and perfecting the works you see here. Your purchases have elevated my works into the public eye and I thank you. My wife is a Kyoto, Japan native, so I have photographed that area extensively and some of that will probably show up in my work here. Thank you for stopping by, and I...

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